Security software provider Omnigo Software, recently formed by the merger of Report Exec and ITI, has announced the appointment of Bobby Robertson as its new Chief Executive Officer. Over the recent months, Robertson led efforts to combine the security leaders, with the new entity now headquartered in St. Louis, Missouri.
Prior to joining Omnigo, Robertson pioneered the use of cloud-based software applications in post-acute healthcare settings. Over the course of two decades, he led the evolution of HEALTHCAREfirst into a leading provider of EHR, revenue cycle management and analytics solutions for home health and hospice providers. The software CEO holds a degree from the Louisiana Tech University and serves on the board at HEALTHCAREfirst, MedtranDirect and Missouri’s Coordinating Board for Higher Education.
Omnigo boasts its platform as providing the security industry’s most comprehensive suite of records management, risk management and analytics tools for streamlining incident management and prevention. Customers range across law enforcement, education healthcare and enterprise.
“I see tremendous opportunity to create new solutions that can enhance an expand upon the technologies now being used by first responders,” said Robertson.
The company, which recently relocated its headquarters to St. Louis, said it chose Missouri because of its “solid pro-business environment that aligns well with Omnigo’s strategy to invest in and grow a high tech company.”
Omnigo expects to post revenue up 300% in 2017 over last year as it heads into 2018 “with more than 100 fill-time employees.”
According to Robertson, the security vendor has attracted several industry veterans for key executive positions including Chief Financial Officer and Chief Technology Officer. The company expects to continue adding top-level and mid-level executive positions as it enters into its next stage of growth.